El Guitarrista Tricéfalo
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Flamenco fusion by a guitar
from Mediterranean cultures.
During coldest part of this winter, "El Viborano" warms by an intimate sunshine, not freezing but freely traveling thru the house of the lynx, at "Donaña Lynx Dance" for now, and "Paco´s pedacito", a small piece in the part, maybe "Cenizas al aire", a gift from that feeling of unfastening and unification that only the sound of "Mi Guitarra Color Negro" would express the end.
New begining with "Enera" wich is a bright and promising composition, nearly classical.
Those were the most emotional before "Mi Pat Medit" and "Angel Harpista" and then "Gurugú", these settle with "La Maleza", cultural roots from, not a farewell not even plays the last chords, only some parts for an end, for the return to the house of the lynx, for the last story in this album but not the least because the next and the last two pieces of this work are considered Bonus Tracks:
"Fatima´s UFO´s" and "Jóia Gerês"
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|Donaña Lynx Dance|
|Cenizas al aire|
|Mi Guitarra Color Negro|
|Mi Pat Medit|
Recorded: Dec.2008 Jan.2009
Guitars: Alhambra 5P/CWE 2 Cutaway and Washburn Stephan's Cutaway
digital record: Boss BR8
all by Dekrypton Joel.
- 2009-02-14 00:13:12
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